hove

Hove vs Hovel - What's the difference?

hove | hovel |


As verbs the difference between hove and hovel

is that hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave) while hovel is to put in a hovel; to shelter.

As a noun hovel is

an open shed for sheltering cattle, or protecting produce, etc, from the weather.

Rove vs Hove - What's the difference?

rove | hove |


As verbs the difference between rove and hove

is that rove is (obsolete|intransitive) to shoot with arrows (at) or rove can be (rive) while hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

As a noun rove

is a copper washer upon which the end of a nail is clinched in boatbuilding.

Hove vs Cove - What's the difference?

hove | cove |


As a verb hove

is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

As a proper noun cove is

a town in arkansas.

Hove vs Hote - What's the difference?

hove | hote |


As verbs the difference between hove and hote

is that hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave) while hote is (obsolete) to command; to enjoin.

Hoove vs Hove - What's the difference?

hoove | hove |


As a noun hoove

is a disease in cattle consisting of inflammation of the stomach by gas, usually caused by eating too much green food.

As a verb hove is

to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

Shove vs Hove - What's the difference?

shove | hove |


As verbs the difference between shove and hove

is that shove is to push, especially roughly or with force while hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

As a noun shove

is a rough push.

Hove vs Hope - What's the difference?

hove | hope |


As a verb hove

is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

As a proper noun hope is

from the virtue, like faith and charity first used by puritans.

Hove vs Hode - What's the difference?

hove | hode |


As a verb hove

is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave).

As a noun hode is

testicle.

Hove vs Hoven - What's the difference?

hove | hoven |


As verbs the difference between hove and hoven

is that hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave) while hoven is .

As an adjective hoven is

affected with the disease called hoove.

Hove vs Gove - What's the difference?

hove | gove |


As verbs the difference between hove and gove

is that hove is to remain suspended in air, water etc; to float, to hover or hove can be (transitive|now|chiefly|dialectal) to raise; lift; hold up or hove can be (nautical) (heave) while gove is to stare stupidly.

As a noun gove is

(obsolete) a mow; a rick for hay.

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